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Times and Herald I'ARMINQTON MIMOtlRt. Thursday. Oct. 6. 1904. This apple cumfert n. I u mil- i great a aa, over she apple i ;. dertak ill" wo J) Inches in To .-I ttu Pig exhibit is of the composite nrranee-1 tt Is not MIUSMl f'r an many ai 10, motu. being M paeOd as to show the ! "Od people lo Halt II 1n a single dgf. twelve sosoesslrt years of aehixousg, I Bupt, Buchanan and Ma easgsMo aa let nniviiict b thA state system, with ansa age cwntaotly anmaO ha showing she kindersnuten below. Over etmn amli In Illuminated Mosacis 1 the play. Wttlum imp i if the era In wll.n-" work I shown in that partiotUar booth. Tholmuobara written work in bound Into Beat vol mnss of uniform slse, unit ho lettered abet the WOrtt of any ohlld, In any .reach, oaa b located in a moment' U inc. mi sscphtuWng our adtteatlotta da could have been sccompllsbed and aa to what oiae la l' fl for man lu at-1 tempt ami seblove, in the language of one entbualaatle I visitor, "it in the Bowerlng-out of tho I I an. i' rHiKirr.'t efi rt genius, taste, skill, enierprue, anergy, It would not have aura, tod. Jh large ' courage unu mini or um twswu.ui century, iron and outer metaia, wooa, inr m r RYHtHfT 'ciay, stone, are. water, eiecinciiy are rim university kxina the Man-, strii the crude materia! from which man. mnlaa i i ,r vr mn li ... , of I gTOWlnfi Into mastery through tit.' gen any oilier unlvcri Ity MISSOURI DAY TO BE THE GREAT DAY OF THE FAIR, i m dent, has cities : Tlic Missouri Worlc issued the folli Fair Commission, i liri 'iirm its presi in li la .old I inio ' "'rations Numerous ample of all kind I two irts the gaoaral -hl Ml which 1 droua i has wrought OUt this WOO' i Impossible to any former etter to the mayors ut Missouri St. Louis, Mo. The off-ir of th" Louisiana Pur cha.se Kaposi t lofl for bonocarlums for the best descriptive arid" upon the World's Pair was accepted, and ' Walter Williams, Howard Bills and Howard A (lass were named ss a i committee to arrange tho debates and I appoint the Judges. On Monday STenlng a grand renop 1 llou at tba Missouri Uaildlug cloaed ! the sessions. mi oil a ;tra tta aho art Mlaaou la iting pi . I t" Mi teaourco .i Horlli Those a ii an n most c ii'.. .ally In .'i in ni nul ,; Mi- ourlans arc tod to cone to a state thai always wears the BM'H ItlBBON a still'' thai always eur passe, all others In icr natural advan tages. Come, come lo unequalled, tin paralulli 1 unrivaled Missouri, and wii will "show" o:i MISSOURI'S EDUCATIONAL EX HIBIT AT THE WORLDS FAIR. ; win -I oai d WOO! In arc Kh.'iwn shows ha: the nmvci modem style of departmeti ai rxhii of Whldl 139 are f ra me abll Specimens In rafia, pottery and work are ehnwa, With the grade 1 where Bade, thro ua burnt she entire i Fat the general owptej n mmaami I trabilng srorh, special cases were d" signed by Hup' Bucbanao, and built h' ! the iehool Church Pimrttur Co., Tren lon, N J This cess mikes a new ami Imnoraat stop In the dlrplay of anhool ! work As used in th" Mis ourl esMWt, nr. I t ho s" lii pari wh ii me iiiiiveiv. y is i mn t. I ne ursi ''.lows a model of 6ba campus of th nntverslty, wstb bullillnga, trees, walks, s- ' c oliuniiH. e:e . nil atouratrly lorated, j in n separata esse nr" chown models ii I of some of iiie unlvi r: Ity bulhSnaai ChaS ie-1 aru not located on the earn pus, ai the by Horticultural building. Bead ball, Dairy leiililir'; and UVS Si. .el: building aue or people; indeed tu ul. put together." at them PAPER READ BY CHAS. L. WOODS Before t.ie Missouri Press Association, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 1901. on the Missouri Mineral Exhibit at the Worlds Fair. To show :h" i li iiicts ihat hive taken thing place hi i he hiiililiii' end grouml', a By II A ' .i- of the Mi- ourl Sohool train e of Hi" booths OoUflty asgpg. Journal 1 free Land drawlnga, water color n u morn IWMHWW I tor..:! nr. I :i ml.", of fill llS o, M'lHHtl 11 i ill 01 eiiplei bee m the t lory of Shu gn it :irs! picture shows ihc oomph Hon of tl ih" sei oini ehi ir.a Purchase work are rhown In case ol poruono i imj i thei preead drawer, all labeled plainly and ssssjr )S7J thirty nial building I of aecers Beveral thousassdo of jhoo ashSltlonal b "rar'.i of school bu Idtttga, win seven , Dwiwoa ' era and p :iiiis m i he foreground are I Urge wing cri i of floor span- hai been an I tor the department of ad ncaslon, and sdueatiimal exbltdl I hata sli iwn in wing fr received and are receiving more n'tcn-: r.ii .uses all ih" Til. on tnni te most in truth, chase Eatpo Id mi i re i . is a va is found i . ii:. pta) ana Pur kioailoaal oft rts In v avt nsie s. an bed In Indus' ria and elom reelmtlona. lUlii'ti-' In till various branches, ii p p' of ik!':'. shows the ruin wtouSM by nty the burnt ng of the main building riie Issi two picture, thoee of inn.", and ark i ' "i. show the marvekxii chsnge tiuit ihy have laken place since Iti ureal fire 0. i The university seems lo nave made are greater progress in the lat twelve 1. h year ihau in the forty year preceding the! The growth of the university ik ni-.'o Of course Missouri excels In every the underatakaa, aa will the ex- htblts "i her lulu., and her mines, per n o placed f if lories, her BeldS and her farms l.ear low- witness to the truth or inia aaaaruou. lint io the Inquisitive thinker m uus nee of progrsaatvs civilisation, none of tin . exhibits offor greater evlilew aeuiai wealth t ti : ii is pres Missouri mineral picture, made and arranged by : lu llgfi, the Basin hand of 111 Ceo B Ldd aiMftlon of two iii. Missouri Beboolof Mli fourtb picture, that rlehei of bor mines in approai dilii" this lection of the Mini s and .Me'al iriods In tiie hs li.'. in' Ion The i he university at Bret hulliliiia In iv t he rumpus in ter, with three of itited iy the so to speak, the at tint ic . director of ei, from the is not niei ordinary li hut your ni reel ion by movement double trm rounds a s thousand i Hi Hi y building, lh.6 eye lameness of the or exnlbll facade, Pear Sir : On behalf oi the Missoui sjicali yntir tin'in)t and can Missouri Pay at the World's the history i our creat St ;it Governor Dockcry, the .N l air Commission 1 be ration toward making iber i ith, mcmorablt in JUST A FEW THINKS. Evil Is an e;ot'st thrhlng upon notoriety. utri ' immissii in and t lie Lou- $ isiana Purchase Exposition are arranging a special program for 4 H .1.- I 1 I. ....11 1 ... 1. . ..I . ..... -1,1, I HIM. W IIIC ISO llll II Will I .M 'HI 111 111. Ill, SIIU NIllSbinvilVMn..;, ? which lias yet taken place, The entire National Guard oi Mis J souri will be present and give a resplendent military parade. 4. r.vrrv railroa.l in .Missouri will run special excursions hi iuw to nlu is tin ,,, ..I llirnntrli llie Press (niverniir D.ickcrv has issued ih ol Missouri to j. World's 1 air: At elosi just folks. The reai the effort. runj; people are mostly docs not always measure innounceu inroujju 111c 1 res-, mm- i '.' z ic following proclamation catling upon the people a to join hands in cclebratinc Mi-sunn Day Bl the w ami 11 Is drawn iblng thai progres sveted ra tba; in- r .' jiii. I I m:; ih world v.f nut ai lame might ill ure a cu'p: nr. .. mil know ih,. thought pnyeii si cu ehat , is f.-ithtiii ('.uis'd by a f the Missouri scboola shown by a number of charts, giving lotmeni of space 10 any and attnkotlrely rppro-: the Dumber m atudent and taaonars pes, or Uk B'-n'. I 1 1 0111 year to year I tie VWue Ol spili- of i;;:nn are nenf, endowment and imotm i'oi - x- ven muto Ii Ii grout ireatry. Ill 1 line forr gn os garten u uf Lhe 1 iMe only nil m to Ih kln Iwt there ,,ire IS learners precise and itlfltouli oaa I sosnte: In I sot ibe tutnahen iichnol gymnasium This is rrroewl unui mere were i." iucational dieplay ai Bt. I and 1,846 studcmi ai.it. Tho ouse.oms ol nvilineu and hu.:i- susv and si oner sa be could should be travel nr. and the wl 1 ami apeml yeairs a; -l fortitee In acquiring H. Hare an ami stutlj the pi ices from raw material in finished product or every kind and quaHiy- from raw ii".:' and hungry Igorrota, through all lhe grat, 1 ol development eotuanHni can mn ii- and culture; ff l'.l.il;irity cuplea an honore i ami s.;us Jefft r and 0 One els of Mavago lured .. the Br NOSOk ' ler w.: uuggesi anu weaun sad -i" mm h els 1 ii" nsaatl net!, is hi .iinosi f r lhe a-i. Mt- -.ni". i educal .in bad worl he bov 1 nali'sl ir. SMl. hll t I' ll "f P One of the exb Wta ihai atlpsets spn- j place In the xhii'ii ,.,..i ettens inn la that rr. nired tar Prln- prlat lo have the 1 tnal V 11 Martin of tba Morse school, Ksnras Dlij II iJ a geography flsa plsy baaed on the ni.si that InduatrkM uui oocuparlon grow oai of sssaa's struu-tjle with uatiirw to obtain foo.'. rlnlhino ar.d shrlier The lUbieCl Ja leaslMl renm two StOOdDOlntS -the I had In leather II :' dome. 1 in i la'- pajnter lr Tbouvar irface, lea: rad" SC 1 t ra 1 por of teachers have w-,:h much later I llou Ol '11 display eotl s aewspape Instructive hlgheai i"T I iicems appro mnntimeiri here, brougtti about ih pur 1.0,1 1:11 1 lerrltory and of t be s. : s uui'. rally unlvi ri'y in deimrt mental Illy and crltl allod descrlp be university iti red Into in io know wbai th lirty r article The di play nn. 1 educational In t osn not even and 1 sn N' seen sot forth the klndergar en : elve grad or year-, chool u s., in. ibere n 1 need ' and the whii tin at mn A model I way sur rsl hundred largest ai- ate in tba Mines ami Metallurgy building; and ! upon ihis mode! railway ire six in'.nm- lure trains constantly in motion, rep resenting ihe leading systems of this Islste; the Prlaro, 'he Missouri Paclfle, I the vV abash the iron Mountain, the Hat nibal . Bi Jon, sad 'he Cbieago & Alton Bach tr.iin It made p ol mini ! Rture 1 at .- I k .1 Ith the miie'rul pro. iii : or m, nonrl, 1 I'ndi r ihis railway, and as entrances in ibe stace arc Bva maasivs metal j tilllslled arrhways, upon either side of wiibii I emblazoned In lettera of gold lhe motto and coal Of arnii ;! tbi im- nerlal commonwealib Once within H becomes fan Inati ! ihe ri' lies and 1 The mines of nickel and coball ued al 190 per ton. and 1 , souri Is the lam.', t pro , United Stales, sra represe ! mids 01 ore and show ca . 1 gllver, of wlin h sllsamu small quantity, is also ei Puna glass sand, a b rh To The People of Missouri 1 Ti World, fair city on yesierday WOO distinction In the enthusiasm and attendance displayed In celebrating S' LOU 1.1 day 1 iislinteil praise is due the pOOpl of that enterprising metropolis, Missouri slio'ild emulate the example of St Isiuls. In appreciation ol the greatest Industrial exposition of the ages Tli. opportunity Will soon be afforded The Mis ourl C'nntntl tion and the Louis ana Purchase BxposlttOB Company have set span Tjesojy. October 11, as Missouri Day It will !)' the last distinctive opportunity for the nr- iaits during the progress ot If a had eOOSClencS only hurt, like had tooth! Like children, wo elatnor for some particular moon. To own defeat shows the weakness whence it has sprung. In this world there Is 11"' much use for tho what is th" eso man. lie who never oommends has uot earned the right to criticise Tts soothing to hollers th ini; nun to he presumptuous. Missouri ( P ran be don" Ml ;i Ilt'snil lemsl Ic . the. eve Missouri. al- whb ii Ml"- 111 til" pyra- osarl Kanss should surpass all othem t by tba prase and the po line and from the Missis bring to St. Louis on that The bank 1 ' 'lea of popularity 1 man.', a man s nati anpir- madn I,aigh and it: you, weep ami 1 world laughs with laughs at )ou. p I nm sure, will chief officers of ritie: towns, counties, iba sou otner organisatioos snouio aearnij give one day to the glory of the common The l he metn b ad the way commercial cb cooperate and wealth. Transportation facilities win ba ample. Extremely sstlsfaetory raitroail rates srs already assured. A great iml!iar parade, consisting of a detachment or the regular arm. lha entire National Qttard of our state and other military orgaalaatlons, will be one of the attractive features .? the occasion Now, therefore, I Alexander M Dookery, Governor of Missouri, do earnnstly request that all public offices be closed October 11th. 1904, and the people refrain from tli"n usual avocations io celebrate an eveni which gave tba- reaplendanl jewel, Missouri, to tbo flashing crown of our g:at republic In teetimony whereof 1 hereunto se my hand ati.t rs'ise io be am I llle ureal eai oi me oiaiwoi siiawn Inn" at -V D . !'. I'll led here. found In cntnmi of win held 0 from i sire ol who uf JoBerson this 16th day of September, (Seal.) A M DOflKBRY, By the Oovernot SAM B. COOK, Seei clary of Sla'e special interest in the World's Fai ddition to the United States of the tor s a part, the greatest state, The ! It s every pain. I shea In fiirtl M issotirian, c cry i ii izen . if t he state t greatness of the c i m 2 'TIs the fault of lbs age that mam mon has pis "ed Ins brand, the I mark, upon so many hearts. Though Kate stril.es n from am bush, we nuiv know she is morn friend 1 than foe and that the blow knocks off aouio defei t of character, "A good name Is better than great riches," ret it btth coma to pass that the glitter of gold niaK. th to sblno j names that might otherwise appear ; tarnished Cora Lapbam, la Chicago I Record Herald. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Few men can argue about religion ami keep ooI. OB way to dodg the divorce rourta la to sta single. A spoiled child Is almmt as had as one I hat is too fresh A man Is never sail It. hi) . ,i of (he state ap iee er. nh 1 tevi nicrn ' i- proud io lir .lohc Plecanl li his assistants g. Hon to all isiiors claim ii S i its own ii charge, and with ei courteous alien- I RVHIRIT Mis ourl Is also one of Ime nrodui Ina slates In Ih he large;! union, and i ids th.re is a handsome swhibli Universal unexccllc sc w lio ha ii e of nbe Missouri Kawthorne has had aa lian e of BupL national i ommltti oo mini SI ion. Juiig. ihe a Is and abi. licurge V Buchanan, of Bod ilia, auper- il.e I'ala. ' In HOIl" la pi mail varsity The atatll Boor Spat C oi nearl ind outranka an) i illy and u ial ity nxpended on these i Oil I The state sduosi BdtyatloO, MIs icatlcaral exhibit. 10,000 square feet, Girardeau and Klrl college ail of i Tli" negro n hoot seated In a large y orb fri in Um sin various other ngr Ich ai" very fin" rally repre booth oottiainlng tin- Bt. Louis public schools in i tcmatlc arrangement ami logical ipience, The actual work was done the pupil-. 11 tcschi and i Practically j dueed In i hi ' Missouri, st , blbll The nil the harite United Btatei .1 of ibis then great Belds mat I-- i"'" . mined in la a Bne ex nf lead ami llies lone The P'islli NlMlm space 30 feet wide by id is the largest -, Mil feet exhibit .-'I ice is surround Ml by an ex fsn ide in oi.i Bnglisb oak, mil of twentytwo Ronaiaeaqua whose pillar- and apands'llla One of the most usefuj feature f lbs i rate exhib i, i" rhaps, is the mod ern rural stboolhonse, wWch StMitta in a beautiful grove near the Fine Aris i nure and contains a school room, iloak room, totk room, ami bi.-cment. it is lighted in the ni" ' niod-rn way, and has as good system of water aerr- Tliis building c?.:i be ma le, complete In every reap ot, iti any country tsis triit for not to exceed twelve hundred riultars Perhaps th only Jnsi crltl- cxeeptl ui 'hat a rural Schooihouse eosls more 'ban or Htsl If ihe nrlce could be reduced to make aha in; an anis. is - er n sdy show visitors any SI bis power Wrstbmsn, c uiip. lent asf and willing Lent ion thai i. spi I forty feet, and IS lllst aisle south of the display schools of M i ISOttrl wlia' similar la Kind and The exhtbll is a hundred an across the of the otbe It is sum arrangement to thai of the states ex titbit, li eon-i ts of transparent pta 1 tographs of school buildings, of classes Sl work, of groupi of children, out door scone-, history of education, and J children's heads, a numbei of wall! In the known as souri ha.- ibere are ores Thl Hie "Mining ' llcb, h, is 1 hat IS X Ml Wllo It. I greatest take l!i Th come again .i unite in tnal World's Fair mgtion ttrgin nesa as far a low citizen souri 1 lay ' cl I sl, ,1,1.1 I k posit ion the opportunity to sei visited tlte orl the I poi the people id pract icable and j' n gt its s the grcati ou not ist commun n with tin Ofid lia known the 1 air. s l air alrc.idv , superb best.' dl. 'ill' ,et all o suspend busi louaands of fcl . . .1 E ' . . l, W- tt'otn tlii"io, ,ni mc Mate in mis memoraoic .mis lebration. t'd to have from you a personal and iavor l' come w ithln (in il would be mor la er Bgure, Hie generally adopt- o Mors, .M'tlO Mi tod building-. ! children. This t i wis a n IW marl; for eoo- eabihits In the way of popu Careful aatlmates show that y at I ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THL BEST WORLD'S FAIR ARTICLES. Thr "II I'm ds li ii il I sl U' Missouri f'ress Association the txHstii( - made the following offer i m- amouniiiif; lo$J5o for the best editorial- t Exposition, printed in any paper i Missout outside of the citv oi St. Louis, the number fewer than (oo : the nublicatioti to be made 1 ii Senteinber and the i t of November Of pupils written worl;. work in draw in,:, and in domestic science; book cases tilled with eon, trm live work of pupils In domestic science, manual I training work, collect ions of mounted I birds, of minerals, of fossils, of but terflies, etc . Used In various schools, and of "still life" models used In draw lag; wall decorations of modern school buildings, casts, busts, original paint ings and photographs; wing frames containing statistics ami selected drawings: plastic model of modern Chool building I and nan other ; things of inters i too anmarous to i mention I Tic fncfiil. contslns IB c ,'n ore concentretina mm in well as a corepresrad ai Invented by a professor souri Schm been adopted bj Ihe clt; for the dlfllculi task i C rot on reservoir which be pumped oul in the sl time Hut within the spar ami Metallurgy building these ores are niost a ranged, and will be con utively The curious probably be led 10 wan of the model lead and i the Ml- f Mines, and which ba .'lim d to Ibis in the Mines he exhibits of U' d i !,ver would lhe working me ore con centrating mill, one-flffh ma slse of the regular mire mill, and which is be ing iterated by atudeot at the Mis souri School of Mines and Metallurgy. Load and zinc are found in tinny seven counties in .Missouri, and specimens from each county are on ihe spare ar- style of lt.eii.iii ircln being tin" ch. In tin is, the if the front 'Ilge.l ca cs iul . pi lead ai The in at trad th, . ntatn ns inn.ini' Inters hi . alette and b an i- 'stals of education worl; of Mis the ,"i i.i he lo judges appointed by the Missouri i rcss rssocia ii ; the mon.'v to go to writers of the editorials as cert i tied by the editor "i the paper, Ii is recommended thai the honora riums he $too, $75, 50 and s.5 ior the editorials receiving the aw ards, "Honorariums aggregating S.'.so ior the beat descriptive article on the Universal Exposition to consist of not fewer than i.(sh) words, to he printed in a weekly paper ol .Missouri out- 5 aide the citj of St. Louis, the articles to appear between Septent- I hervi and November I. I his competition is to be open to all J writers of the State outside of St, Louis, it is recommended I thai the honorariums be Sluo, $75, $50 and $35 'he articles, 8 a.s awarded by the judges. S Honorariums aggregating $.'50 for the beat descriptive $ articles mi the Universal Exposition, written by members of the j regular Staffs oi weekly papers of Missouri outside of the city 5 ..I St, Louis; t" he printed between September 21 and Novem- J her 1. h is recommended thai the honorariums he $100, $75, ij $50 and $.'5 lor the articles, a awarded by the judges, "Honorariums aggregating $aj for the best display adver- vcrtisemcnt on the Universal Exposition, to consist of not fewer limn IJ0 lines; to he printed in a weekly paper oi Missouri out- t side ilie city oi Si- Louis, hetwecn the jist day of September J and the ist day of November, It is recommended that the hou- j orariums he $lui, $75, $50 and $35 for the articles as awarded by the judges. 5 'lhe judges grc to I" named by the Missouri Press Associ- J ation. The competition is to he open to all paper- outside oi Sl I. on:-. The competition for honorarium.- in class I is for all papi rs published in Missouri outside oi St. Louis. The com- petition for classes 2, and 4 arc open to all weekly papers published in the state of Missouri outside of St. Louis. j The Association accepted the offer and named as a com- a mittee 10 arrange the del ail- oi the competition and select the ij judges : Walter Williams, 11. A. Gass and Howard Ellis. if the develop hete paintings Mar,.- It. (i.i in the Central lion l 1 lie ibe method the mine-. f '; BO - tlon of Ihe well or spring from wle-nce It cam" annul th" spar" are niatfove tal.les if DOlllhtd "'one. of marble of granite, of onyx, and upon a splendid pedestal .if Carting" limestone real one hun dred and fifty specimens of eight Inch -uiies. rapreaaallsg the building sloas of this stir.e As a moving attraction of H.i" pan of the exhibit, there is a diamond ris k slicing machine In actual opera tion The only deposit of trlpotl, or filter none that is worked In lhe United Sta'e-1. Is in Missouri, and '.his Is on exhibition In sawed, pulvorlltd, and in natural condition Asphalt and Asplialllc Oils, which bsve lately been developed In Vernon exb. hit t ry along tented by Very truly vottrSi M, T. DAVIS, President Missouri Commiss ! 1,1 (? to , : 1 ' Th. r burlna eanerleni e n man aui- dom boasts of his bargain. You "ar. en-'ly mal.e a man hot ty nibbing him the wroag way, ti Is one tiling 'hat r.ever falls e lo the man Who Slta. Tho mar. who equanders 12 for a a i ' lag 11 enso Is looking for trou- Too man to farnlsh effect ..iing people are anxious i . ause regardl of the son.e' : woman log radically wrong Who lsu'i fund of t'oal Tipple, which shoe of hoisting coal from weighing, screening, ami loading same on cars, all automatically. Authorities in-ii school, .'ii. Qnresohc aelected on the coal Industry tall ns tuai twen the 100 subjects, Romtsased the groups . ly-flvc thousand square mil is, nr aboul for which teacher, mui pupils of the one-third of the suite, is underlain with school posed, photographed the coal, varying in thickness l con two to groups, ami after the picture had els feet. Thl Industry, vast and great, been made transparent, painted them. I Is represented b) Immense lumps of coal, as well as show : a e specimens from every working mine ir. the stale. Th" iron Industry, which Is scarcely In every particular from kindergarten second to lead, zinc and ' oai. will hold your attention BSXt, with gn at ma i live pyramids of the ore and show and Jasper counties, are here. The Hear! button it the Mississippi river Is re shells and the various produeti mannfa' Lure. Til" nipper nilnei of the stale ilev lo; UU Bl of which n.l'istrv : Its lefanoy, are represented by anu rich specimens In the c Condition in which tiny came tbs Title is the gift of tho Missouri ex I doit. In the Mini's and M"tni',i.rgv building, to th" people of the world. This, not only an exhibit of her oroa and her mineral resources, but also of the actual moving processes of .lic.r development ami production. Complete Many n man who marrlea an heir cs lives to regret monkeying with a let-richsjuick gaui" It's a case of love's labor lost when a woman is compelled to tako In wash n every detail, original aud un'quo Ing In order 10 support a imm Iron every itaudNilnt. and the thou husband. Th pnlntings are artistically executed and are greatly S.I ml red by every one. Th" exlilldis are full and complete through all the grades to and Inelud Ing the high school. The work Is pre seated in logical sequence, enabling I case specimens of the aame, and, as the visitor to follow the course of i one of the adive features of this ex- siiuiy and lo observe the training of dibit is a small magnetic separator. the child and his progress from tl time he enters the kindergarten until , he graduates form the high schisd In this exhibit Is shown a school room about -2 feet square. In which actual school room work Is done every day in the week, "xeopi Saturday f'lasses are taken from th various school" and present different phase of school work. The visitor Is given n true nnd vivid picture of the cffl Cleney, the methods and discipline of the St. Louis tearhcrs, and the fine spirit In the schools This work has been carried through the entire vara tlon without Interruption, and I still going on without any loss of Inten d or enthusiasm. But Why attempt to describe this wonderful exhibit .' Who can describe It? It 13 marvelous In Its variety. In Its fullness, In Us completeness, in Its arrangement. In Its utility, in Its beau ty. It can not be Imagined. It ntttsl be seen nnd studied, and then tho wonder will Increase as to how il operated by students of ,b Missouri School of Mines At one end or the exhibit Is the of fice r.f ihe superintendent, a beautiful I pavilion, which h itself an exhibit of Ihe clay products. It is built or press I brick, with terra rotla columns and oomfees, and covered wltn a roof of tile. Missouri is Blao noted for ilia Wonderful quantity of her flays, and from which there are manufactured pottery, porcelain, sewer pipe, common. I pres.: and vltrllled brick, tile and all j kinds Of refractory ware and terra i )t- ta. The specimens of these da; . aro shown lu the exhibit. About the center of tho -pace Stand a pagoda with a cement basin. instdS ot which is B representation of an ar tesian Well. Of the mineral waters of the State, of which there i.i almosi an Infinite variety, slxly different kinds are shown in bottles, nnd attached lo each hotlle is a card giving the rheml cal anaiysL of the water, and the luca- tbe mine, as well aj show case sp men- As a part nnd parcel of mineral exhibit is a ehi m lory and assaying epparatu analyses and assays are m dents of the Missouri Seine Missouri's al labors in whleb le by stn or mines. Repreaeatath of all r Missouri's SndS of Visitors w ho have visited an.1 are visiting this exhibit daily can but be Impressed wi'U Missouri wealth sad grandeur. THE MlflflOURl BOOK ()!' I.IMITKD EDITION. Tim Missouri World's Pair Commis sion's volume. "Th Stale of Missouri," edited by Walter Williams, which has Just been leaned. Is designed to adver tise ihe Industries, resources and ad vantage, of the Commonwealth, To thl end th commission SUkl to place i ho book where th"' win be of the most service for siat" asploltatlon. The i odl'lon for general distribution In Mis souri during the World's IVIr Is only i ito.fsjO it will bo readily seen, there lure, that but u vcr;. of the mates population 000,000 people can receive a book I Th volume Is distributed without : charge, in limited numbers, in parties properly Identified and showing some j reason why they should receive it. I There is no indiscriminate distribution I nor Is il obtainable without identifica tion. Application may b" madx In A man Is never more glad lo aee his wlfo thioi upon lo r return trom a shop ping tour during wbn h lie remedied at boms to amuse the baby chieao News BOYS. PLEASE DON'T Boast about the in frequency of rour evenings at home. Indulge In slang when talking lo a girl over tho phone. Make your language pedantic when explaining a preposition. Ait. 'nipt to acquire the reputation mall proportion ol being a woman new. u ot nearly 4,- Bpeaa or your nome in ay calcu lated to make people laugh ..mil in her mineral resources and person ai the office or iiie Department aa a a.imniary ot all that has been j of Publication In tho MlasOBTl Sta'e said Is a large mining and geological Building, World's Fair (irourds. or Ihe relief man of Missouri, tog M her with book will be s-nt by express upon re- charts and statistics: as an aid lo this there are twelve hundred moving pic tores of mining camps and views throughout this elate, and SS a crown ing feature of the whole exhibit, there is a moving train of thirty mine cars, loaded with all the different ores and precious metals of the stale, p runs slowly and constantly, on an elliptical Hack, mostly under the space, but ap paarlog as it from a mine through an opening In the floor, In full view, and ean be seen by every MiSSOBrlag who visits lhe spot. la an Arabian tale we are told that the nncbuit monk Willingly share;', with his Domrads hi eamela, with '..mils of treasure and gold, bill be re tain -.1, with the uttermost devotion, the casket of that myrtle oil whit a enabled him tn behold at a shvrb gp,t i', al! the hidden riches of the univtrae. Barely n is in keeping .v;:ii thai beautiful Story to say, that the all employed by nV ancient monk has been replaced by the sciences of tttS present, and through them wa have presented to u . an exhibit by Which we are all enabled to behold, nt a single glance, the Infinite wealth of this groat state, all the products of ore from her ln".xhautlb!e talucs. celpt or 16 cent in St lauis bank drart or United Slates money order, ad dressed to and made payable to Wal ler Williams, editor EDITORS WILL URGE ATTEND ANCE I'pon motion ot W O I. Jewett, of tho Shelhlna Democrat, this resolu tion was unanimously and enthusiasti cally adopted: Resolved, That the Missouri Press Association, appreciating the efforts ir the Missouri World's Fair Commis sion to make Missouri Day, October ii. memorable, pledge itseir to use ev ery i rtort to induce attendance upon thai occasion, and urges upon the newspapers or the state to exploit tho gr."..i day, upon the mayors and public officials to issue proclamation looktug toward that. nr.d upon 111" railways to mai." adequate provision for the trans portatlon or the hundred.! or thous ands of loyal Mjsaourians who will be present upon Missouri Day. The Association accepted the roRlg nation of W, L. Thomas, ns treasurer, passed a vote of thanks to him for his lona and faithful servic", nnd elect ed II. A. Gass, of the Missouri School Journal, as bis successor. Forget that politeness carries Walggl under all circumstances. Look upon mother n" not anxious to listen to your little confidences. Think II looks Impressive to strut and swagger In llm theater lobby. Tell your sisters they hare leas tn the way of stylo than thu girls you call on. Presume on the license In money affairs which la given to you by father. Philadelphia bulletin. THOUQHT9 ABOUT WOMEN. The pear! Is the image of purity, but woman Is purer than tho pearl " Balzac says, "Even the errors ot woman spring from her faith In the good." Voltaire declares. "All the reasoning of men Is not worth one sentiment ol woman." I.amartlnc nsserts that "Women have more heart and more lmaglna. .Ion thau men." Otway exclaims. "O woman! lovely iromanl Nature made thee to tempet men. We had bean tirutcs without you." Must Be After s Record. A New York woman has been mar ried seven times.